This Town Hall is one of the jewels of the Renaissance architecture in Slovakia.
It is located in the middle of the main square in Levoča.
Along with the nearby Gothic church housing the precious altar created by Master Pavol, it forms one of the most impressive historical complexes of the Spiš Region and Slovakia.
Various products of Baumit renovation systems and plasters with surface silicon paint were used during the reconstruction.
The white plasters create a harmonious facade structure together with the stone architraves of windows, pilasters, and cornices.